When a world-famous astronaut returns home from his latest mission, he brings a unique souvenir to his wife and two children: a piece of an asteroid that hit his space station. But soon, strange things start to happen and nine-year-old Katie becomes convinced that aliens have moved in.
Tragedy befalls a world-famous sommelier attending an important wine event when he suddenly, inexplicably loses his palate. His mission to recover his talent leads him on a journey through peerless wineries and beautiful vineyards, but most importantly into his own soul.
Starring Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Kerry Condon (Rome, Better Call Saul) and James Nesbitt (The Hobbit films). An estranged father returns to his hometown after a decade long absence with hopes to rekindle relations with his daughter and ex-wife but unwittingly unravels the family life they've created.
Lisa, a high school sophomore, has been hiding her hopeless crush on Todd, the irresistibly likable junior in her art class. Her life starts to unravel when he asks her to help him get to know the beautiful Ellie, her longtime friend living in England. All the while Cindy, Todd's ruthless ex, resorts to sinister schemes to stop Lisa and Ellie, so she can win him back, and Todd's image-conscious friends try to discourage him from befriending the ordinary-looking Lisa.
Steps of Faith is a light-heart dramedy about Faith Houston an accountant, who is directed by God to move to a small town to work on a Hippotherapy farm helping children. Faith is mocked by her family since she doesn't have a rapport with children or animals and is not a devout Christian. Faith decides to follow her heart and move after she encounters several challenges. She finds herself at the farm in the horse stalls shoveling manure. Faith cracks under pressure and leaves after a child is almost injured questioning whether she heard God's voice or not.
Boy meets girl. Rather, Jadin meets Ashley, the ultimate con artist. This good, clean, Christian story uses the best comedic gaffs, including nosy neighbors, hearing voices in your head, and the worst nightmare of having one's house and life taken over by cons. It is rich in humor and self-inflicted misery that ends happily ever after.
After losing his job David is pushed by his roommate to hire a life coach named Joyce. A decision aided in part by how pretty David finds this life coach, but also a desire to get unstuck in life. When Joyce invites him to join the volunteer group she takes to a retirement home David discovers his manipulative ex-boss, William, is part of the group and interested in Joyce as well. The motley crew of retirees instantly recognize the potential for drama with this love triangle. A wily old man goads the boys to battle for Joyce. As a result, David begrudgingly agrees to go to an open mic night Joyce holds for people to ponder the existence of God. It’s there that a poet says a few things that cause David’s head to tilt and move him a little further down the path of finding himself. The problem is the ungentlemanly competition he’s still in with William. When that turns extreme, David makes a decision that nearly ruins his dual-level progress with Joyce. He’s then forced to turn to the only community he has left, the ragtag band of retirees who point him in the direction of true north. A uniquely faith-friendly romantic comedy starring Grammy Award winner Rebecca St. James and Academy Award winner Shirley Jones.
Are you ready for some holiday cheer? Enjoy this holiday comedy starring MTV’s Jackass star, Jason Acuna (Wee-Man), as an elf left behind at the Harper house by Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. Enjoy that laughs as the Harper kids help him realize that he's the super-hero: "Elf-Man". Together they must save their Dad's new invention from a bumbling gang of thieves, and enjoy the best Christmas ever. Break out some holiday cheer and get ready to laugh out loud!
Jonathan Bennett, Jamie-Lynn Sigler star: A married man runs into his high school sweetheart. Their chance meeting rekindles old feelings and now he’s convinced they should be together. One problem: when he got married, he signed a pre-nup where a divorce means half of the wedding guests must agree.